THE WHITE BUNNY AND HIS MAGIC NOSE by Lily Duplaix
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THE WHITE BUNNY AND HIS MAGIC NOSE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Another book to make small boys and girls chuckle, illustrated in full color by Masha, and with the added attraction of the ""touch-me"" material used on 12 of the 28 pages. Masha is a great favorite, partly because of her attention to minor details. Grownups may object to the fabric colors not matching the inks, but this doesn't detract from children's enjoyment of the bunny's adventures as he discovers his power to turn things pink or blue by breathing on them. He transforms a dog, a cat, a rooster, a duck -- but a little mouse fools him and slams a door on his nose and he finds that he himself has been turned pink, All the animals scrub with soap and water and emerge white, except for the inside of the bunny's ears, which he forgets to wash! A recurring jingle is used throughout.

Publisher: Simon & Schuster